Bellagio reveals details of $110M renovation of all Spa Tower rooms and suites

Las Vegas’ Bellagio resort has revealed new details of its $110 million transformation of all rooms and suites within its Spa Tower, a move set to deliver “contemporary accommodations inspired by the beauty and tranquility of Italy’s Lake Como.”

Following the AAA Five Diamond resort’s recent remodel of more than 2,500 guest rooms in its main tower, the Spa Tower redesign encompasses 819 guest rooms and 104 suites and is slated to be completed in October, with the first collection of rooms available for guest stays beginning in July.

“Bellagio’s commitment to delivering unparalleled accommodations, experiences and guest service for our discerning guests from around the world is the hallmark of our brand promise,” said Ann Hoff, President & COO of Bellagio. “The Spa Tower’s beautiful and luxurious new suites and guest rooms will reinforce our position as one of the hospitality industry’s premier destinations.”

Designed by New York City-based interior design atelier Champalimaud Design in partnership with MGM Resorts’ International Design Group, the Bellagio Spa Tower suites will feature sophisticated design elements, custom furnishing and art influenced by high Italian style and couture, while color palettes draw inspiration from the Lake Como and the Alps. 

Suite corridors with midnight blue doors and handmade Italian light fixtures “will set the tone for the arrival experience.” Within the Spa Tower’s plush suites, neutral-colored wall coverings will create what Bellagio labels as “a chic backdrop” for custom furnishing and accent pieces in colors inspired by Northern Italy, varying by suite type. 

Bedrooms will feature tufted cream-colored curved headboards, soft uplighting, custom TV armoires in a sycamore wood grain and floral touches in a homage to Italian fashion. 

Curvilinear sofas, benches and chairs will bring a “comfortable elegance” to living areas. And within the suites’ bathrooms, guests will find custom vanities integrated with lighted mirrors and white marble surfaces, as well as motion-sensor lights for convenience. 

Winston Kong, Partner at Champalimaud Design, said: “We wanted to create a residential aesthetic with the timeless sense of luxury that is uniquely Bellagio. We found inspiration in the colors of Lake Como’s surrounding flora and the classical style of the building’s architecture.” 

The Spa Tower’s redesign spans a wide range of suite types including the 850-square-foot Salon Suites; 1,000-square-foot Bellagio Suites; 1,500-square-foot Penthouses; 1,500-square-foot two-bedroom Bellagio Suites; and 2,500-square-foot Executive Hospitality Suites with billiard lounges and home theater living areas. 

In 2024, resort-wide guest room enhancements will culminate with the redesign of the Bellagio Tower’s approximately 400 suites, a project to also be undertaken by Champalimaud Design.

Crafted by Chicago-based firm The Gettys Group in partnership with MGM Resorts International Design Group, Spa Tower guest rooms will mirror the Bellagio Tower’s recently redesigned rooms.

The King room will feature a palette emulating the sunrise reflecting on the water. The Spa Tower’s Two Queen Room is designed around a lake sunset, integrating calming tones with flickers of gold and amber. It also includes elements such as marble floors, custom furnishing, illuminated bathroom mirrors inlaid with mother of pearl, and a separate soaking tub and shower.